Platte County is full of youth and adult sports opportunities for everyone to get involved. The Platte County Sports Commission is a new non-profit organization formed to enhance quality of life and economic growth for all residents of Platte County by fostering recreational, competitive, instructional, and educational athletic programs and events.
The Sports Commission has launched a new website, www.plattesports.com, to help inform the public about the many recreational and sports programs available in the County. The website is a one-stop location for sports related activities including the latest news, current sports registrations, a sports directory and upcoming special events.
Looking for a list of Platte County sports that are currently registering? All organizations who are currently accepting registrations are clearly listed on the main page. Sports leagues in Platte County offer activities that are instructional, recreational and competitive for people of all ability levels, including opportunities for those with special needs. Each month the home page will also feature a special Spotlight Organization to publicize more details about the many programs offered by different organizations. The Sports Commission is proud to partner with these organizations, clubs and teams within Platte County. The Sports Directory and Special Events pages provide useful information regarding these organizations and special programs quickly and conveniently. Would you like your organization, team or club to be included? You can easily submit your information through the feedback form available on the site.
The Platte County Sports Commission Board of Directors is comprised of citizens from Platte County who volunteer their time to serve along with staff from county and city parks and recreation departments. Current board members are Brian Nowotny, Mark McHenry, Ken Brown, Kristen Davis, Tim Kristl, Chris Siebenmorgen and Tammie Tritico. For more information about the Platte County Sports Commission visit www.plattesports.com, or call the Platte County Parks and Recreation office at 816-858-3419.